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Pretty as a Picture

Judy's University of Louisville quilt featuring a Fleur De Lys and the UofL Cardinal. She custom quilted this beauty at Quilted Joy.

When we think of quilts we often think of shapes being manipulated into interesting designs that don’t necessarily look like anything, they just look interesting. These quilters created things that you can actually recognize. And they are beautiful! Erin made this quilt called Halloween Haberdashery. Erin is a local blogger, houseonhillroad.com and the quilt was […]

Imogene’s Log Cabin

Imogene's Log Cabin is a beautiful example of a classic log cabin in black and red. She cleverly chose fabrics that allowed for the gradient darkening of the two halves while not adding additional colors outside the three main colors of red, black, and white.

The Log Cabin quilt has been around for awhile, but it still manages to take my breath away. There are so many different ways to play with color placement to create really imaginative and fun designs!  Imogene created this Log Cabin as a gift for a relative. For those natives in Louisville, it comes as […]

Karen’s U of L Rail Fence Quilt

Karen made this Rail Fence quilt for her son and she has lots of hidden meanings in it's design. It's red, black, and grey, because he's an avid UofL supporter and it's quilted with footballs because he played while growing up.

If you’ve spent anytime in Louisville, KY you’ll know college sports are king here. As a quilter I’ve seen countless quilts in Kentucky blue or red and black. Having a quilt to leave out year round as a matter of pride, or just a good luck token for game day, is a great way to let […]

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